What Are the Symptoms of a Traumatic Brain Injury after a Car Accident?
It is common for accident victims to put off their medical evaluation because they fear the high cost of healthcare bills. But a fast diagnosis may improve the outcome of your treatment, and seeking prompt medical attention will put you in a more favorable position to file a personal injury claim. If you wait too long to visit your doctor, the insurance company or the at-fault driver might contend that your injury was caused by something else or that your own negligence contributed to its severity.
You should seek immediate medical attention if you notice any of the following symptoms of a traumatic brain injury:
- Loss of consciousness;
- Feeling confused, disoriented, dizzy, or dazed;
- Sleep problems or abnormal sleep patterns;
- Blurred vision;
- Memory problems; or
If you suffer a moderate to severe brain injury, you may also notice seizures, pupil dilation, fluids draining from your ears or nose, or slurred speech.
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